grows in the southeastern parts of Europe, from Croatia to Transsylvania and Greece
/ in forested areas and on stony slopes / repent growth through the leaf mould between
limestone rocks / only 0,1 m high but can cover more than a square meter / evergreen
/ scented / hardy
discovered by Count Blagay in Slovenia (1873) / long shoots grow out of the soil
- covering with stones induces rooting (layering) / in German named Königs-Seidelbast
compact form Daphne blagayana ‘Brenda Anderson’ found in the Durmitor Mts. by Mrs.